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Human Trafficking Navigator (Victim Services Officer 1) (Designated, Casual) – APPLY NOW

You possess a Bachelor’s degree (typically in the Social Sciences) and three years’ related experience. An equivalent combination of education, training and experience will be considered.  Related experience includes (but is not limited to) providing client services in the community.
 
In this role, you are required to have experience in client assessment and interviewing techniques, as well as case management and computer skills.  Your knowledge of the criminal justice system and community resources, the Victims’ Rights and Services Act, the Criminal Code of Canada, and the Canadian Victims Bill of Rights is essential.
 
In addition, you have an understanding of the complexities of human trafficking and sexual exploitation and the traumatic impacts of both survivors and families of those who have experienced human trafficking and sexual exploitation. You have experience in working with individuals who have been human trafficked/ sexually exploited and with vulnerable populations.
 
Furthermore, you have excellent oral and written communication skills, good organizational ability and strong interpersonal skills including the ability to work as part of a team.  You demonstrate empathy, warmth and tact along with an in-depth understanding of human dynamics and the effects of victimization.  Sound judgment and the ability to work with self-confidence and decisiveness are also important in this role.
 
A high level of judgement, independent decision-making and discretion is required, in accordance with the policies and procedures and best practices set out by the division.
 
Access to reliable transportation is required as you will be responsible for travel to multiple locations in your coverage area. There will be a requirement for the successful candidate to work and travel within the region.
 
The ability to speak French would be considered an asset.
 
The above qualifications will be assessed using one or more of the following tools: written examination, standardized tests, oral presentations, interview(s), and reference checks.

SOURCE: NOVASCOTIA

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